WEALTHY homebuyers are finding global cities less welcoming - even hostile - to their cash.

INDIAN home buyers are flocking to the nation's well-funded publicly traded developers as risks of stalled and delayed housing projects mount at smaller players in the industry.

SMARTEN Spaces, which offers an end-to-end digital platform for space management, has raised US$12 million in Series A funding from Hong Kong's Symphony International Holdings.

Caroline Baker, Managing Director, Alternative Investments, Vistra Asia, and Michael Sheahan, Global Lead for Real Estate, Alternative Investments, Vistra talk about what Asian property investors...


CO-LIVING'S short flexible leases - one of its main draws - could also be the biggest risk factor in its business model.

SINGAPORE sovereign wealth fund GIC has bought a 50 per cent stake in a Beijing office building for an undisclosed sum, making it the sole owner post-acquisition.

[NEW DELHI] India's plan to set up a 250 billion-rupee (S$4.7 billion) fund to salvage stalled residential projects will only be sufficient to complete about 6 per cent of constructions that are...

PROPERTY developer SingHaiyi Group has swung to a net loss of S$4.6 million for its second quarter ended Sept 30, from a net profit of S$7.7 million a year ago.

[DUBAI] The desert gave Dubai an easy excuse to keep building.

[SHANGHAI] At least 30 cities in China have made it easier for workers to obtain highly sought-after residency permits since September in a sign authorities are keen not to let the nation's real...